Epson EMP-X3 manual

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    User’s Guide[...]

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    Projection Procedure This e xplain s the ba sic oper ations f or prepa ring the pro j ector b efor e[...]

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    i English * Distance from the center of the lens to the base of the screen. W : Maximum Zoom T : Min[...]

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    ii English Audio adapter (Commercially available) T o audio output port T o audio output port Compon[...]

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    iii English Enlarge Reduce Normal Wide T op Wide Base Extend Retract Rear Adjustable Foot * If you t[...]

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    1 Notations Used in This Guide When "unit" or "project or" appears in the te xt [...]

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    2 Contents Projection Procedure Setup ..................... ........................ ...............[...]

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    3 Contents Appendices Installation ............. ........................ ..........................[...]

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    4 Pr ojector Features Y ou can enjoy images of "Photos", "Presentations", "[...]

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    5 Projector Features Manage use rs with p assw o rd pr otect Y ou can set up a password to restrict [...]

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    6 P ar t Names and Functions Fr ont/T op • Control panel s p.7 • Remote control light-receiving [...]

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    7 Part Names and Functions Control P anel • [P ower] b utton s p.iii Turns the proj ector power on[...]

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    8 Part Names and Functions Rear (EMP-X3 ) • Remote control light-receiving area s p.i Receives sig[...]

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    9 Part Names and Functions Rear (E MP-82/ 62) • Remote control light-receiving area s p.i Receive [...]

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    10 Part Names and Functions Base • Air filter (air intake vent ) s p.57 , p.63 This prevents dust [...]

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    11 Part Names and Functions Remote Control The following e xplain s the fu nctio ns shown in th e il[...]

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    Adjusting and changing the image This chapte r ex plains how to adjust th e quality of the im age , [...]

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    13 Adjusting the Ima g e Quality Adjus ting Com put er Ima ges and RGB Vi deo Ima ges Automatic setu[...]

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    14 Adjusting the I mage Quality B Adjust the trac king until the vertical stripes disappea r from th[...]

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    15 Adjusting the I mage Quality B Adjust the synchronization until the horizontal nois e disappears [...]

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    16 Adjusting the I mage Quality PROCEDURE Each time you press the button, the colour modes change in[...]

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    17 Adjusting the V olume The v olume of th e projector's b uilt-in speak er can be ad justed as[...]

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    18 Changing the Pr ojected Image (Sour ce Searc h) A ut omatic ally Detect Incomi ng Signal s and C [...]

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    Useful Functions This chapt er e xplains useful funct i ons f or givin g presen tations and so on, a[...]

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    20 Functions f or Enhancing Pr ojection P au sing the Im age and Sou nd (A/V Mute ) For e xa mple, t[...]

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    21 Functions for Enhancing Projection Changing the Aspect Ratio (Resizing) This function changes the[...]

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    22 Functions for Enhancing Projection B Move the pointer icon. Enlar ging P ar t of the Image (E-Zoo[...]

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    23 Functions for Enhancing Projection B Move the cr oss to the area of the image that is to be enlar[...]

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    24 Functions for Enhancing Projection Once the connection has been made, the mouse pointer c an be o[...]

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    25 Functions for Enhancing Projection • If the mouse button settings are set to rev erse on the co[...]

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    26 Security functions Pre venting th eft (P ass wor d Pr otect) When the P assword Protect function [...]

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    27 Security functions When "P ass word Tim er" is set to "On " and "Timer&q[...]

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    28 Security functions C T urn "P as sw ord Timer" on. If you don't use this se tting,[...]

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    29 Security functions Operat ion Button Lock Function This function locks the butt ons on the pr oje[...]

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    30 Security functions C When the confirmation message is dis pla yed, select "Y es". The c[...]

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    Configuration Menu This chapt er ex plains how to use th e config urati on men u and its funct i ons[...]

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    32 Using the Configuration Men u A Selecting from the top menu C Changing the selected item B Select[...]

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    33 List of Functions "Image" Menu The items that can be set will va ry depending on the in[...]

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    34 List of Functions "Signal" Menu The items that can be set will v ar y depending on the [...]

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    35 List of Functions V ideo Signal (Adjustment is only pos sible when composite video/S-V ideo signa[...]

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    36 List of Functions "Setting s" Men u Sub-menu Function K eystone C orrects vertical ke y[...]

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    37 List of Functions "Exten ded" Menu Sub-menu Function Dis pla y This lets you make setti[...]

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    38 List of Functions Oper ation Direct P o wer On: Sets whether direct power on is enabled ("On[...]

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    39 List of Functions "Info" Men u Lets you check the status of the image signals being pro[...]

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    40 List of Functions "Reset " Menu Sub-menu Function Reset All Resets all items in all m e[...]

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    Troubleshooting This cha pter describes ho w to identify p rob lems and what to do i f a pro b lem i[...]

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    42 Using the Help If a problem occurs with the projector, th e Help function uses on-screen displays[...]

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    43 Using the Help D Repeat the operations in steps 2 and 3 to proceed through the menu to more detai[...]

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    44 Pr oblems Solvin g If you are having a problem with the projector , f irst check the projector&ap[...]

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    45 Problems Solvin g High tempera ture error (ov er heating) The lamp will turn of f automatically a[...]

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    46 Problems Solvin g Lamp r eplac ement notific ation Replace the lamp with a new one. s p.59 If you[...]

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    47 Problems Solvin g When the Indica tors Pr ovide No Help If any of the follo wing problems occ ur [...]

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    48 Problems Solvin g No ima ges ap pear Projecti on stops automatically Prob le ms relating to image[...]

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    49 Problems Solvin g The me ssage "Not S uppor ted." is displa ye d The messa ge "N o[...]

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    50 Problems Solvin g Images are fuzzy or out of f ocus Inter f e renc e or di stor tion appe ar in i[...]

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    51 Problems Solvin g Imag e is tr uncat ed (l arge) or s mall Check Remed y Has the " As pect r[...]

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    52 Problems Solvin g Image colours ar e not right Image s appear dark Check Remed y Do the input sig[...]

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    53 Problems Solvin g Nothin g appears on t he e xternal monitor P o wer does not turn on No sou nd c[...]

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    54 Problems Solvin g The re mote control does n ot wo rk Check Remed y Is the remote contr ol light-[...]

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    Appendices This cha pter pro vides in formation on maint enance pr ocedu res to e nsure the best le [...]

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    56 Installation Settin g Up the Pr oject or The projector supports the follo wing four dif f erent p[...]

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    57 Maintenance This section describes maintenance tasks such as cleaning the proje ctor and replacin[...]

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    58 Maintenance Replacing C onsumables This section explains ho w to replace the remote control batte[...]

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    59 Maintenance It is time to replac e the lamp when: • The messa ge "Rep lace the Lamp ."[...]

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    60 Maintenance PROCEDURE A After y ou turn off the projector ’ s po wer , and the confirmation b u[...]

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    61 Maintenance E Install the new lamp. Insert the new lamp so that the lamp fits in place correctly [...]

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    62 Maintenance The projector has a built-in counter which k eeps track of the lamp operatin g time. [...]

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    63 Maintenance If the air f ilters are brok en or if the warning messa ge reappear s after they ha v[...]

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    64 Sa ving a User's Logo Y ou can record the image that is curre ntly being projected as a user[...]

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    65 Saving a User's Logo C When "Choose this image as the Use r's Logo?" appears,[...]

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    66 Connecting to External Output Equipment Connec ting to an Ex ternal Mon itor Analogue RGB images [...]

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    67 Optional Accessories and Consumab les The following optional ac cessories are a vailable for p ur[...]

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    68 Glossar y The follo wing is an expla nation of some of the terms used in this guide which may be [...]

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    69 Glossary Security loc k A de vice consisting of a projector case with a hole in it that a commerc[...]

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    70 List of ESC/VP21 Commands Command Lis t When a po wer on command is sent to the projector , the p[...]

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    71 List of ESC/VP21 Commands USB Conne ction Setup In order to control the projector using ESC/VP21 [...]

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    72 List of Suppor ted Monitor Displa ys * Connection is not possible if the equipment doe s not hav [...]

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    73 Specifications Product n ame EMP-X3 EMP-82 EMP-62 Dime nsions 327 (W) × 86 (H) × 246 (D) mm (no[...]

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    74 Specifications Saf ety USA UL60950 3rd Ed ition Canada CSA C22.2 No.60950 European Community The [...]

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    75 W e :EPSON AMERICA, INC . Located at :3840 Ki lro y Air por t W ay MS: 3-13 Long Beach, CA 90806 [...]

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    76 Appearance EMP-X3 Units: mm 3-M4 × 9 115 127 80 12 104.7 327 83.7 50.1* 7.7 86 Centre of lens 69[...]

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    77 Appe arance EMP-8 2/62 Units: mm 3-M4 × 9 115 127 80 12 104.7 327 83.7 50.1* 7.7 86 Centre of le[...]

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    78 Inde x A Air exhaust vent ............................. 6 Air filter ............................[...]

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    79 Index Port ................................................ 9 Position ..........................[...]

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    80 All rights reserved. No part of this publication m ay be reproduced, stored in a retriev al syst [...]